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Tag Archives: taxes
Have you checked your phone bill lately? Have you checked if they got the taxes right? It maybe a herculean tax task for your phone company if you use a third-party long distance provider. The taxes maybe too rich by … Continue reading
Ask yourself if your government’s use of your money is: appropriate moral lawful necessary If you like your government to look after everything for you, we hear Cuba’s beaches are nice all year round. We appreciate your comments. Click … Continue reading
The recent layoffs at Wilfrid Laurier University remind us that post-secondary education is very much an industry. Given these layoffs, it’s time for Brantford, Ontario to have another look at the Laurier-Y proposal. Some deep-thinkers in Brantford provide us with compelling … Continue reading
Could the provinces use $113 Million to improve services for people with a developmentally disability? That’s how much the Government of Canada has spent to date on Economic Action Plan commercials. The article “Don’t use my cash to say how … Continue reading